PAPUA NEW GUINEA: A Church Is Born; Another Group Asking for Missionaries

Source: Ethnos360, April 13, 2021

After eight years of living among the Amdu people, the church has been born. And this was the very first Resurrection Day we celebrated together. What Christ did was enough to satisfy the Father and free them from the penalty of sin. No matter their past, they are now forgiven children of God.

But there are still many who have never heard this message. One of the things that drew us to the field of Papua New Guinea was that there were many language groups here still unreached with the gospel and asking for missionaries! We had heard stories from other missionaries of people from neighboring language groups coming to ask for their own missionaries, but that had never happened to us. Until a few days ago.

Read the full story with picture. Find many interesting stories in the online archive of recent missionary newsletters from Ethos360.

As a reminder that missionaries may not be foreigners, read about Wycliffe Associates and their efforts to equip Indonesian Bible Translators to serve in remote regions.

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